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A dream about my dead mother.

I dreamed of my mother who died 6 years ago. She looked so happy and healthy. I knew in my dream that she was dead and was afraid. But after a while I went up to her and hugged her. I was so happy that I had this chance and I told her I missed her and loved her. She hugged me back but I felt that she was icy cold. But she was hugging me so lovingly. Then I woke up suddenly.

Posted 1 year ago
 

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Interpretation #1

I dreamed about my dead mother who passed away about 6 years ago from a heart attack. In my dream I knew she was dead. I was feeling frightened but then realized that since I missed her I went up to her and hugged her. She hugged me back so lovingly. She didn’t speak though. When she hugged me she was icy cold. But I felt the love flowing through her. I told her that I missed her and and that I loved her so much. Then I woke up. Please tell me what this dream means.

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Answered By: bugschips(2 points Novice)
 
Interpretation #2 by Anonymous

I cannot say for certain what your dream meant,death is cold and scary but facing this fear you realized she loves you where she is at.My mom died suddenly and for a while she was coming into my dreams telling me she was ok and loved me.Alot of crazy shit went on for a while and my last dream of her she said she loved me but they wouldn’t let her come back any more.That was the last visit and she hasn’t been back.I’m sorry for your loss but keep in mind they can and do visit in dreams just gotta learn to tell when its a real visit!

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